Another chapter in your life has been completed successfully. And this milestone deserves a feast in a restaurant that can reward all your hardships just to be included on the list of graduates.
Call on your parents, close friends, partners in crime, and everyone who helped you achieve this sweet triumph for a dining treat to any of these highly-recommended restaurants around Metro Manila.

1. The Alley by Vikings
Up Town Center, Ayala Mall, Quezon City

The ultimate eat-all-you can food hall awaits with a wide range of cuisine options, from Chinese to Spanish to Filipino.
What makes The Alley by Vikings extra interesting is its integration of our beloved street foods into the menu. Thus, you can indulge yourself in chicken balls and kikiam in a comfy ambiance with no intimidating noise from moving cars, people passing by, and shouting street vendors.
Here, you can also grab some dirty ice cream from a Sorbetero cart. To know what’s on the menu, visit www.vikings.ph/thealley now.

2. The Cafe Mediterranean
The Podium, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City

Choose The Café Mediterranean in Ortigas Center if your folks are the typical corporate ants who are too with their careers and would only go for some casual dining out.
Undoubtedly the choice of many, this resto serves really good chicken kebab, beef kebab, lamb stew, lentil soup, pasta, and moussaka. Also if you want to be a bit adventurous with beverage, try their lemon mint drink.
While their food is commendable, you will discover that the resto’s customer service is as warm as the Mediterranean sun. For your reservation, visit www.thecafemediterranean.com now.

3. Tokyo Tonteki
Greenbelt 5, Makati City

If your family loves Japanese and Asian dishes, Tokyo Tonteki is definitely a good option for you to consider.
Even a small bite of Tokyo Tonteki’s salmon teriyaki will explain why it is a crowd favorite. Of course you can explore the menu you so can go beyond pork steak and beef brisket. But make sure to pair your order wafu salad and miso soup.
At the end of the feast, you will realize Tokyo Tonteki is brilliant in making Japanese food friendlier to the Filipino taste buds. Know more by visiting www.tokyotontekiph.com now.

4. Kko Kko Home
Kapitolyo, Pasig City

One of the main reasons why Kko Kko in Kapitolyo remains to be among the top recommended restaurants is its easy-to-be-found location in the heart of the metro. Kko Kko has actually got branches in other central business districts, so you can never miss the chance to feed your gaga over anything Korean.
For their best-seller that you cannot afford to miss out is their cheese fondue. It is literally for your guilty pleasure! Something is in the cheese that you should try. Some say they are able to finish the entire platter and even ordered for another one.
To know more, visit www.kkokkoph.com now.

5. Lartizan
26th Corner McKinley Parkway, Bonifacio Global City (BGC), Taguig City

A special part of the list, Lartizan is for celebrations in the early hours of the day. Remember, coffee snacks and breakfast sessions are also perfect.
Lartizan serves really nice bagels, buns, onion soup, pasta with prawns, tarts, scones, teas and all those stuff that transports your stomach (and mood) to Europe.
It’s time to be a royal and savor every moment of your graduation success in the place’s carefully-designed ambiance. Inquire now at www.lartizan.com now.

6. Le Petit Souffle
Kalayaan Avenue, Century City Mall, Makati City

Le Petit Souffle’s black squid is one of the top talk of the town. Dining here gives you the isolation you always wanted—free from the noise and stress of the metro.
Some diners admit they can skip the lattes, but they can never skip the cream cheese soufflé. This sounds mysterious, and it needs your investigation.
To match your graduation bliss, order their chocolate soufflé which made with Valrona chocolate. To know what to order next, log on to www.tasteless.ph now.

7. Mama Lou’s Italian Kitchen
UP Town Center, Ground Quezon City

Ever wonder why pizza at Mama Lou’s Italian Kitchen remains a threat to other pizzerias?
It’s at Mama Lou’s that diners get to enjoy fresh vegetables toppings. This is the reason why vegans love it here.
Do not forget to get goat’s cheese, onion soup, and chicken piccata. So before you start a new challenge in your life, take some time to pamper yourself the Italian way in this restaurant.
Learn more by checking out Mama Lou’s Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/pg/mamalous

8. Niu by Vikings
SM Aura Premier, Bonifacio Global City (BGC), Taguig City

If you are a bit pressured because you do not know how to impress your loved ones, Niu Vikings is your savior.
The multi- cuisine restaurant makes a stop here with your family a much-treasured graduation treat that will never go wrong. The truffle pasta, carrot cake, sushi, sashimi, blueberry cheesecake, charcuterie, and everything on the display rack will surely bring you to cloud nine.
The view of all the food and decors will help you relay the message of gratitude to them. Waste no time, visit www.niu.ph now.

A piece of advice for your upcoming dine out celebration: make a call to the restaurant to know their promo and special offer for graduates. You never know what they have in store for special celebrants like you.

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